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How to find and see WIFI password on macOS
Lost WiFi passwords are one of the many mysteries of using Macs. You’ve connected to a WiFi network when you first set up your Mac, but if you ever need to retrieve WiFi password to share with someone else, it seems near impossible to access it.
Learn chemistry at last with the Periodic Table Chemistry app
The periodic table is one of the most enduring symbols of scientific knowledge. It’s also the bane of high school and college students everywhere.
How to set alarms and timers on a Mac?
Where would we be in life without alarms? Alarms get us to work on time, to the airport on time, to church on time; they stop us missing deadlines and birthdays and remind us to take our medication when we need it. They’re useful for everything.
Edit all your photos at once with Photobulk
As with every art form, photography has a fun part and a not-so-fun part. The fun part? Trekking to the view, fiddling with lenses, setting up the shot, waiting patiently, and capturing the perfect moment. The not-so-fun part? Coming home to a jumble of digital photos with nonsense file names and thinking: did I really take all these? And what am I going to do with them?
How to recover a forgotten Mac password
We all have dozens of passwords to remember. Your Mac password, like a PIN number, is one of the most important, so it can be a nightmare if you forget. Here is our guide on how to reset your Mac password.
How to protect a Mac from virus?
Mac security is often overlooked. There is a widespread notion that Macs are invincible. It’s true that an Apple Mac computer is less likely to be affected by malware compared to a PC, but nothing is 100% immune from viruses.
Teach Me to Taskheat
Ready to uproot your todos? Plant ‘em elsewhere? Cheers to you for giving Taskheat a shot.
How to Troubleshoot Safari on Your Mac
It’s inexplicably annoying to find your Safari browser on Mac running slow, freezing up, not working properly, or crashing. Luckily, there are a few things you can try to make it run smoothly, from optimizing the browser itself to using some straightforward third-party software.
MarginNote Mines Text for Gold
A book and pen don’t even come close to the sheer studying powertool that is MarginNote. Packed with everything you could possibly need to record, remember, and iterate on thoughts, you may find yourself studying the app itself before hitting the ebooks. It may look overwhelming at first, but it doesn’t take long to become a MarginNote pro.
A Tale of Technological Terror
​It’s October. Boo. Scared? Tough as you may be, the computer you’re reading this on can be as scary as it is powerful. After all, your Mac is, for better or worse, an extension of your brain.